U of U President Fitted for New Suit

U student Trapper Roderick fitted President David W. Pershing for a custom suit in Pershing’s office at the University of Utah in fall 2017. Pershing is among numerous high-profile clients, ranging from developers and bankers to religious leaders and professional athletes, to get a tailored suit from Roderick’s company, True Gentleman. Learn more at truegentlemansupply.com. […]

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Helping Patients Catch Their Breath

When it’s a matter of life or death, it’s important to constantly improve the industry. Which is why, when U faculty member and anesthesiologist Sean Runnels had an idea for a safer upgrade to breathing tubes and the process of inserting them, it wasn’t difficult to recruit students for his team. He reached out to […]

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Tracking Campus Shuttles

In response to the lacking presence of a native iOS application for the University of Utah’s shuttle system, Nick Porter, a Lassonde Studios resident and computer science student, developed an application to provide detailed real-time information to students, staff and visitors across the campus. Download the app at bit.ly/ushuttles. More articles like this in ‘Student […]

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Bringing Representation to Film

At the 2016 Academy Awards, the issue of diversity — or lack thereof — was widely acknowledged, with many actors threatening to boycott the show. It’s no secret that Hollywood struggles with on-screen diversity, which is exactly what makes Fatima Liaqat so passionate. Liaqat was born and raised in Pakistan and moved to Salt Lake […]

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SHERO: Biodegradable Pads

For many women around the world, feminine hygiene products are not easily available or accessible. Women are often forced to stay home from school and work during their menstrual cycle. Alicia Dibble, Amber Barron and Ashlea Patterson, material science and engineering students, are working to solve this problem. “When women can’t access any means to […]

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Choreografish

For the fall 2016 semester, Kun Cheng, an Entertainment Arts and Engineering (EAE) graduate student, was the lead engineer developing a virtual reality video game for students with autism through the Therapeutic Games & Apps Lab (or Gapp Lab). Given the framework provided by University of Utah dance instructor Eric Handman, EAE students under Cheng’s […]

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